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Debate on Rise of Shadow Entrepreneurship In Hindi | DailyHomeStudy

आपूर्ति और मांग का झटका छाया उद्यमशीलता के उदय को क्या प्रेरित कर सकता है? जब COVID-19 के रूप में आपूर्ति और मांग में कमी होती है, तो बढ़ती कीमतों और कम मात्रा में उपलब्ध होने के कारण, एक नया बाजार बाजारों की तरफ जाने से निपटने के लिए खुल सकता है। छाया-उद्यमी, प्रौद्योगिकी-मध्यस्थता सेवाओं Read More

Debate on Rise of Shadow Entrepreneurship | DailyHomeStudy

Supply and demand shock What might drive the rise of shadow entrepreneurship? When there is a supply and demand shock as momentous as COVID-19, a new market may open up to tackle the shifting inwards of markets, owing to rising prices and lower quantities available. Shadow entrepreneurs, offering the allure of technology-mediated services, can help Read More

Debate On How Disaster, Disease have altered Hemlines In the Past | DailyHomeStudy

Periwigs, all-weather gloves and the return of the face veil in the US canall be traced to outbreaks and pandemics, from as far back as the 17thcentury to as recently as the 20th. Of the many changes wrought by Covid-19, the first pandemic of the 21st century, the most notable would have to be the Read More

Debate On Focusing On Women With Disabilities | DailyHomeStudy

The Covid-19 pandemic has sharpened the focus on the vulnerabilities faced by many sections of the population, especially women. But among these groups, women living with disabilities there are 11.8 million in Indiaface a particularly challenging situation. Two civil society organisations, Rising Flame and Sightsavers, undertook a study of women with disabilities during the pandemic Read More

Debate on Trust on Vaccines Is the Challenge of 2021 | DailyHomeStudy

Written by on January 23, 2021 in Debate

In 2011, as the hunt for Osama bin Laden was intensifying and honing in on a region of Pakistan, the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) used a fake hepatitis vaccination campaign as part of its intelligence operation. The campaign went door to door, under the pretense of public health, in the hope of finding evidence of Read More

Debate on What Can We Learn from a Year of Intense Digital Dependence? | DailyHomeStudy

Written by on January 23, 2021 in Debate

If there were any doubts about how dependent we have become on digital technologies in our daily lives, the pandemic has surely dispelled them. At the same time, the pandemic has raised to the forefront some of the implications of this digital dependence — and the divides within this dependence — that have very real Read More

Debate On Anti-violence Service Provision in the Technological Age of COVID-19 | DailyHomeStudy

Written by on January 23, 2021 in Debate

The changes in the ways that women experience violence require new forms of support at a time when service provisions are becoming more difficult to provide. Technology plays a vital role in accessing services that support women who are being harmed by this online violence. With restrictive health guidelines in place, many organizations no longer Read More

Debate On Online stalking Abuse | DailyHomeStudy

Written by on January 23, 2021 in Debate

UK organization, the Paladin National Stalking Advocacy Service, reported a 50 percent increase in reports of stalking between March and June 2020 compared to the same period in 2019. Interviews with Paladin staff and clients reported that stalkers had changed their stalking behaviour during the pandemic. Their clients reported more technology-facilitated stalking and abuse by Read More

Debate On Image-Based sexual abuse | DailyHomeStudy

Written by on January 23, 2021 in Debate

With restrictions on physical contact in place, many people have been trying new forms of online sexual activity. Some governments and centres for disease control even recommended that people engage in virtual sexual activity rather than in person. This activity can be a healthy addition to a person’s sex life and a novel way to Read More

Debate On Zoom-bombing and discriminatory harassment | DailyHomeStudy

Written by on January 23, 2021 in Debate

Women have been targeted in their schools and workplaces where they have had no choice but to participate online. Research from Ryerson University’s Infoscape Research Lab examined early trends in Zoom-bombing — a form of harassment where the attacker posts offensive and shocking content to disrupt virtual meeting spaces. It found that most Zoom-bombings that Read More

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